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Macro Trends and the Talent Gap: Aligning HR & Business Leaders

Using insight gathered from discussions with top business leaders and HR leaders, this session will explore macro trends affecting leadership development and succession within organizations.

Recorded Webinar | December 2015 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Learning and Development Outlook, 13th Edition

This report provides L&D leaders and practitioners with data about the current state of learning programs, practices, and expenditures across Canada; and presents an analysis of the current state of learning in organizations.

Report | 121 pages | December 2015 | Simon Cotsman, Colin Hall | The Conference Board of Canada

Perspectives sur l’apprentissage et le perfectionnement — 13e édition

Ce rapport transmet aux responsables et aux professionnels de l’apprentissage et du perfectionnement des données sur l’état actuel des programmes, des pratiques et des dépenses d’apprentissage partout au Canada, en plus de présenter une analyse de l’état actuel de l’apprentissage dans les organisations.

Résumé | 5 pages | December 2015 | Colin Hall, Simon Cotsman | Le Conference Board du Canada

Leading in the Mobile World: How to Successfully Lead from a Distance

An increasingly connected world makes for an increasingly decentralized workforce. And as more people are opting to telecommute, can you be sure that your leaders have the attributes necessary to manage people from a distance? Are the development needs of your employees understood and supported? Have you considered the implications of distributed work (i.e., WORKshift, mobile work, dispersed teams) for HR activities and programs? We are quickly seeing a shift towards the breakdown of the traditional 9 to 5: a world with unoccupied offices, people working when and where they are most effective, and almost all interaction done through communication devices. This transformation presents a tremendous leadership challenge, and managers must have the capabilities needed to lead employees who are separated by so much more than an office hallway. Can you be sure that your leadership strategies are up to the task?

Recorded Webinar | December 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Activons-nous : des interventions en milieu de travail pour lutter contre l’inactivité physique et la sédentarité

L’inactivité physique et le comportement sédentaire sont coûteux sur le plan individuel, mais aussi pour les employeurs et pour la société. Cette note d’information propose aux employeurs des approches organisationnelles pour promouvoir l’activité physique et lutter contre le comportement sédentaire chez les employés.

Résumé | 4 pages | December 2015 | Louise Chenier | Le Conference Board du Canada

Moving Ahead: Workplace Interventions to Reduce Physical Inactivity and Sedentary Behaviour

Physical inactivity and sedentary behaviour are costly to individuals, employers, and society. This briefing will provide employers with organizational approaches to promote physical activity and reduce sedentary behaviour among employees.

Briefing | 56 pages | December 2015 | Louise Chenier | The Conference Board of Canada

Workforce Analytics: The View from Asia

This report examines the current state of workforce analytics in Asia and highlights the unique implementation challenges faced by employers in the region with company profiles.

Report | 32 pages | November 2015 | Caitlin Pan, Patti P. Phillips, Rebecca L. Ray | The Conference Board, Inc.

La violence familiale et le rôle de l’employeur

La violence familiale et le rôle de l'employeur est une synthèse des recherches menées récemment dans ce domaine et traite de la prévalence de la violence familiale dans les milieux de travail et du soutien offert aux employés qui la subissent.

Résumé | 2 pages | November 2015 | Charles Boyer, Louise Chenier | Le Conference Board du Canada

Domestic Violence and the Role of the Employer

Domestic Violence and the Role of the Employer summarizes recent research in this area, discusses the prevalence of domestic violence at work, and the supports available to employees if they experience domestic violence.

Briefing | 42 pages | November 2015 | Charles Boyer, Louise Chenier | The Conference Board of Canada

Building a Healthier, Safer Workplace: Recognizing and Managing Health Hazards at Work

With advances in risk management, safety training, and workspace design, the workplace of today has arguably never been safer. However, accidents aren’t the only potential danger facing your employees. Each year, many Canadian workers and their families are affected by medical conditions like cancer, chronic lung diseases, noise-induced hearing loss, and severe allergic reactions that can be attributed to workplace health hazards including: Biological agents (e.g., moulds, bacteria, viruses) Chemical agents (e.g., asbestos, carbon monoxide, solvents, silica) Physical agents (e.g., radiation, noise, vibration, heat) So what can be done to combat these unseen health hazards? How can employers better recognize, evaluate, and control these health hazards in order to prevent employee illness and mitigate the risks to the organization? Maintenance of Certification Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to .5 Category II credits towards their maintenance of certification requirement.

Recorded Webinar | November 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

When Your Office is Anywhere: Adapting and Performing in a Mobile Work Environment

As the world becomes more connected, the boundaries of the traditional workspace are blurring. When implementing distributed work options (such as home offices or telecommunting) organizations spend considerable time and resources on building facility, policy and IT requirements, but tend to leave human considerations completely to chance. Whether working from home, on the road, or across time zones, working away from the office comes with unique opportunities and challenges, and unless individual needs and personalities are taken into consideration, you could be setting yourself up for failure. Proper assessment and development of remote talent is essential to ensure that people can better adapt and succeed in a distributed work environment. How can you be sure that your strategy is up to the task?

Recorded Webinar | November 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Global Economic Outlook 2016: Anticipating Labor Market Tightness at Times of Slow Global Growth

What do slow economic growth and tight labor markets around the world mean for CHROs? Human capital practitioners will likely be dealing with weakening corporate profits and pressure to keep talent while keeping costs down.

Report | 8 pages | November 2015 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Leadership Pathway—Developing the Next Generation of Effective Leaders

Is your organization struggling to find the next generation of effective leaders? We are pleased to present a special webinar with Vince Molinaro, New York Times Best Selling Author and Managing Director of the Talent and Leadership Development Practice within LHH Knightsbridge. As a senior executive of this award winning company, Vince has helped create one of the leading brands in the Human Capital industry. Drawing on his years of expertise, Vince will share practical insights for driving leadership accountability in your organization. He will lay out the leadership pathway—a sure-fire blueprint to develop the leaders you need for today and tomorrow. Maintenance of Certification Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to .5 Category II credits towards their maintenance of certification requirement.

Recorded Webinar | October 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

Healthy Brains at Work: How Top Employers are Improving Mental Health

Are wellness and mental health initiatives in workplaces making the impact employers and governments are hoping for? What results can you expect in the future? Don’t miss this chance to hear the results of original research that will show whether your organization is on the right track, or if it’s time for a big change. Building upon research outlining the prevalence of mental illness in the employed population, this session will explore the extent to which employers are leveraging existing evidence-based resources, tools, programs, and treatments, and providing their employees with appropriate supports to improve mental health. During this webinar, Greg Sutherland will present new research findings on the prevalence of mental illness among the employed population in Canada. Louise Chenier will then share the results of a new Conference Board of Canada national survey of Canadian employers on their policies and practices to address mental health at work. Download the briefing here Maintenance of Certification Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to .5 Category II credits towards their maintenance of certification requirement.

Recorded Webinar | October 2015 | Louise Chenier, Greg Sutherland | The Conference Board of Canada

WORKshifting The Capital: Achieving Work-Life Balance

Ottawa is facing some major growing pains. Growth has come at a rapid pace, requiring massive restructuring to roadways for commuters. On a typical morning commute from any direction you’ll find construction workers hard at work on the new light rail system currently under construction in Ottawa. While necessary, the build is impacting and will continue to impact commuting times for workers for a number of years to come. To face this challenge, the City of Ottawa employees are being offered more flexibility in their job designs to not only help them better manage their commutes, but also to help increase work-life balance. To facilitate this shift, the City of Ottawa has teamed up with a company called WORKshift who specializes in helping workplaces be more flexible. WORKshift is a not-for-profit organization that helps workplaces transform and better accommodate the adoption of flexible work programs that work for both the employee and the employer. WORKshift has partnered with KPMG, Citrix, Shaw, Rogers Communications and other industry leaders to build a framework and certification methodology for implementing, measuring, and benchmarking flexible work programs. WORKshift is now operational in Calgary, Toronto, Edmonton, Ottawa, and Halifax. So what lessons could be learned from this program? Could the recommendations and changes being made for the City of Ottawa work in your workplace?

Recorded Webinar | October 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

A Focus on the Health Aspect of Safety at the County of Wellington

The County of Wellington’s health and safety culture is key to its success. It oversees several business lines, which present various health and safety issues. The County’s well-established core principles make it a leader.

Executive Action | October 2015 | Charles Boyer | The Conference Board of Canada

Future-Skilling Your Workforce: Leveraging People Strategies for Developing Future Capabilities

Companies need to future-skill their talent to increase agility and better position themselves for a volatile future. The key is having a people ecosystem that focuses on integrating talent management systems holistically.

Key Business Issues | 50 pages | October 2015 | Amy Lui Abel, Sherlin Nair | The Conference Board, Inc.

Future-Skilling Your Workforce: Implications for the CHRO

To keep pace with the changing business landscape, companies need to ensure employees have the right skills to meet long-term goals. CHROs can initiate this effort by looking at talent systems holistically.

Key Business Issues | 8 pages | October 2015 | Amy Lui Abel, Sherlin Nair | The Conference Board, Inc.

Future-Skilling Your Workforce: Implications for the CLO

Acute talent shortages combined with declining productivity are requiring organizations to invest in future-skilling efforts. Chief learning officers need to tie learning programs to other talent practices and overall organizational strategies for maximum impact.

Key Business Issues | 8 pages | October 2015 | Amy Lui Abel, Sherlin Nair | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Coping Crisis: Building Psychologically Safe Workplaces

Many organizations are doing great work to provide a psychologically safe workplace. They target workplace stressors, environmental hazards, such as bullying, and take action to support and engage their employees. Yet many employees continue to struggle and workplace mental health issues are increasingly taking a toll on both the employees themselves, and the workplace as a whole. Progressive employers are now adopting a philosophy of shared accountability among employers and employees—working together towards a psychologically safe workplace. Employees can, and do, have the primary role in maximizing an organization’s productivity and success. But what is that role, and how can employers provide the tools and support needed to ensure a mentally healthy workplace for everyone? Maintenance of Certification Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to .5 Category II credits towards their maintenance of certification requirement.

Recorded Webinar | September 2015 | The Conference Board of Canada

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